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One GW on the way to some baseball, it was bad baseball, but great weather.....78 degrees at first pitch...picked up two things that if my size I'd keep and wear, but want to pass on to members  here:

 

First, for the larger sized, marked 46L, Olive green SC,  Gieves & Hawkes 55% Silk, 45% wool for Bullocks, pristine condition, front pockets still basted shut, interior content tag still crisp. Don't think this has been worn a handful of times. Seems to be fully canvased, fabric underlayment(?) on collar, single vent (available, cost $9.99 + postage + ):

 

This is the closest to color, almost brownish olive green

 

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PTP 24, Sleeve 26+1, Shoulder 19½. BOC 32, waist at top button 22½

 

 

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Second, Dockers in pants are, well, Dockers pants, but did pick up a like new Dockers corduroy jacket, marked 42R, measures a little bigger, measurments jibe with new online offerings at $150, available at cost ($9.99 + shipping + cost of a 22oz cold adult beverage (will consult Concealed for ideas, at my local watering hole):

 

 

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PTP 23, Sleeve 25+1, shldr 20, length BOC 31, waist at top button 21

 

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Originally Posted by Towers View Post


Do want.
Not getting any traction in the tailors thread so what say you; flip it or try to have it tailored?
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Looks big in the shoulders, the midsection and the sleeves. And, having met you, I'd say the pants are a bit baggy for a gentleman of your age group. Unless you're in love with it, I'd say flip.

 

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I went back to the same store I got the RRL jeans from and found this grey oxford Temple of Jawnz shirt in medium. I dont know much about this brand but I see it posted a lot in the SW&D forum. One of the collar buttons is missing but thats an easy fix.

 

Wow... this has got to be the first TOJ find in the thread. Even though it's just a shirt... wow.

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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post


Mashburn and Billy Reid are fine if you have the money, which I don't. The Nordstrom Rack on Lenox near Roswell Road is pretty good, but I haven't ever found anything amazing there. I've actually never been to a Last Call here — it might be because the only one is OTP. I can't really think of anything good off the top of my head. You could stroll through Phipps to see how the rich people shop, I guess.

 

If your family will tolerate a Goodwill or two, that's a whole different ballgame...


What are the good Goodwill/thrift stores in Atlanta?

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What are the good Goodwill/thrift stores in Atlanta?


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Got my secret santa today! In 4 parts bro? Really? Really? Whats the protocol on this? Should I wait for Xmas to open it?
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Dude, who the fuck are these people!

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that's like 3 or 4 newbs in one day lazily asking to be momma-birded. what's up?
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Dude, who the fuck are these people!

 

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that's like 3 or 4 newbs in one day lazily asking to be momma-birded. what's up?


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Got my secret santa today! In 4 parts bro? Really? Really? Whats the protocol on this? Should I wait for Xmas to open it?

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Holy hell...EG Bedford and ToJ in thrifts. GTFO.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Got my secret santa today! In 4 parts bro? Really? Really? Whats the protocol on this? Should I wait for Xmas to open it?

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Dude, who the fuck are these people!

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Regarding the TOJ shirt 1) that's totally awesome 2) definitely put it on B&S here, not ebay, retail on the old oxfords was only $130 I believe but should still be a good 70-80 to the right person on here.
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that's like 3 or 4 newbs in one day lazily asking to be momma-birded. what's up?

Not just in one day, in about one hour.
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Regarding the TOJ shirt 1) that's totally awesome 2) definitely put it on B&S here, not ebay, retail on the old oxfords was only $130 I believe but should still be a good 70-80 to the right person on here.

The shirt actually fits me really well so Im going to hang onto it.
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Not you. Look at the post string that precedes you.
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